Locke & Key Omega #3

Locke & Key Omega #3

Writer: Joe Hill Artist: Gabriel Rodriguez Publisher: IDW Publishing Release Date: February 20, 2013 Critic Reviews: 5
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As Kinsey Locke and the other students head to a dance at Lovecraft Academy, the demonic Dodge gathers shadowy forces of his own and enacts his evil endgame. The "Last Dance" begins here.

  • 9.0
    AiPT! - Sean Feb 20, 2013

    And plenty of depressing panels. The most depressing of which being when Kinsey, the daughter, thinks her mother is back on the booze wagon. The Locke mother used to be an alcoholic. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Unleash The Fanboy - Zac Boone Feb 20, 2013

    With the exception of that one extraneous scene,Locke & Key: Omega#3 is another great issue that marches us inevitably closer to Tyler, Kinsey, Bode, and Dodge's final bow. I'm both eagerly anticipating and dreading the next issue, when it looks as though all hell will really break loose. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Bloody Disgusting - Jorge Solis Feb 22, 2013

    “Locke & Key: Omega” #3 closes on an exciting cliff-ganger. As the “Locke and Key” series reaches its final chapter, an epic finale is promised to longtime fans. Having been a fan since the beginning, I'm anxious to see how it all ends. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Read Comic Books - Richard Dessler Feb 20, 2013

    Easily the best book currently coming from IDW, Locke and Key is racing towards the series conclusion in just four short months. The best part about this is that there is not a single safe character. Unlike Batman or Daredevil, it's completely a possibility that Tyler could die while fighting a demon, or that any of the friends might be killed, or the older Locke kids might even kill a possessed Bode to stop him from unleashing the demons. No one is safe, and that is why I am very excited to see the ending of Locke and Key, even though I will miss it incredibly. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    IGN - Joshua Yehl Feb 20, 2013

    It's hard to praise Rodriguez's art more than I already have. He handles Tyler and Jordan's romp with a restraint normally unseen in the notoriously flashy medium known as comics. His Shadow Key creatures are drawn with eerie intent, but seeing how frequently they appear, it's hard to say they're truly that scary anymore. Luckily, he makes up for it with the unsettling image of a hooded Bode with devil eyes. This series rarely takes a misstep like it does here, but its foundation built over the past five volumes is so strong that it still manages to turn out a solid chapter. Read Full Review

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